OK, so now what?

What do the Bears do after their humbling 21-9 loss against the Saints in the super wild-card round in New Orleans on Sunday?

Does chairman George McCaskey still believe in coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace? How about other members of the family?

Is Ted Phillips – the team president since 1999 — still the right man to run everything?

It was previously thought the Bears advancing to the playoffs for the second time in three seasons – even if it required some help from the Rams and the benefit of the newly implemented seventh spot — improved the standing of Nagy, Pace and even quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

But the Bears’ losses against the Packers in Week 17 and then the Saints were still revealing. The Bears are firmly entrenched in NFL purgatory. They’re good enough to beat bad teams but they’re not great enough to contend. Escaping that limbo requires better quarterback…





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